See the related report from the section for France of the
Trento Bike Pages.
Our trip by bike through "the other France"
A Photo Album
By James T Felder
email@example.com, Thu, 1 Oct 1998 02:17:07 GMT
Please see the related report
"Donna and I have become pretty avid cyclists over the last two years,
these few more months until our 50th birthdays being the second time
in my life for a great interest in cycling and the first for Donna. [...]
On our way through our research, we discovered Provence, the sunny
southeast quadrant of [France]. We didn't know much about it at
first, but over months of preparation and study, a tantalizing picture
emerged of a regional culture that is to Paris as the Alabama we live
in is to the bustling northeastern United States.
What we discovered about Provence made it our destination. The area is
a land where shimmering olive groves and orderly vineyards stretch as
far as the eye can see, where food is one of the most important
elements of life, and where the disposition of people and plants is
infused with the temperate weather and the colors that have attracted
artists and poets for centuries."
A window in Provence
Breakfast at Aigues Mortes
Flamingos in the Camargue
White Horses in the Camargue
Dyer's Workshop in Tarascon
The Chateau at Tarascon
Tarascon - the Chateau du René
Court Chateau at Tarascon
The covered market at Tarascon
Pope's Palace in Avignon